Miley Cyrus may have given a taste of what’s to come later this week with her set at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend, where she debuted three new songs.
Fans are counting down to May 30 — the date Cyrus has teased “She Is Coming” — but they got a live preview of tracks rumored to be titled “Mother’s Daughter,” “Cattitude” and “Dream” on at the U.K. festival Saturday (May 25).
“I’m nasty, I’m evil/ Must be somethin’ in the water/ Or that I’m my mother’s daughter,” Cyrus proclaimed in the chorus of one song, while she name-checked her “cattitude” and name-dropped Nicki Minaj and Cardi B in another: “I love you Nicki, but I listen to Cardi.” On a third new song, she sang, “Drugs rule everything around me.”
Cyrus also sprinkled several of her hits into her Big Weekend set list, including “Party in the U.S.A.,” “Wrecking Ball” and “We Can’t Stop,” which featured guest Charli XCX.
Watch clips of the new songs, as well as her surprise duet with Charli XCX, below.
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— rach (@cevansdodger) May 25, 2019
🚨 | Video of Miley singing another NEW song “Dream” today at BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend! pic.twitter.com/7KmjP5z5gA
— Miley Cyrus Charts (@mileyccharts) May 25, 2019
Miley and Charli xcx singing WE CANT STOP https://t.co/OPIaVp26RB
— Miley Cyrus Updates (@MileyFontesCom) May 25, 2019